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   Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 29, 1749, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 584 Jv FRIDAY.   StfTBmakk ao.   1749- D*ti, Septtmber zy AlL'D, the King of Portugal, Hughes, for Cadiz t the Swim,m�r; Rice, for Philadelphia 1 the jailer, Manby, for the Sircights; the Three Brothers, Ragle*, for Bolton; the American, Kidder, for Liverpool and the Good Succefs, Dennis, for Falmouth. No Ships in the Downs. Wind Ealt. Pk the at MarVbonGaraeu tail Evening, the Sub fcribert Tickets will be admitted. Brijltl, Srf*. t6.  This Morning Martin Preach, Efq; an eminent Merchant of this City, war married to the Widow Parsons, a Lady of great aVfcnt, and a very con fidcrable Fortune. SIR, \M far from being of the Opinion of top many of my I Ja�*rr*0 'f* A�*ti*�am> dattd Srpt. 16. � |f. de Larrey, who it charged to infill upon the Re-  aewai of the Treaty of CommerceFwhich Franc granted . to the State* General in the Year 1739, give, now 00 , ffapei of fucceedinft in hit Negotiation.   It's well known  thatCardinal FleurT in granting to tho Subjca* of the  Reooblick Advantage* which alann'd all other trading  Nation*, !ieTrVe*\ before lall to the Living of - 5i lol  uttc; ujcJ hu Lady ; by whole Death all their real P-iUte ikfuii.L ;o Lancelot Allgood, Efc; Member icr NoitaumuciUad.- Turners 11*11 on college ilill is ntt:rg up /n U.c Reception of Sir Samuel Pennant, Km. Ujc Alderman i ext the Chair. ' We hear that the B fliop oi London has lett 1 o ,uon-Hojfc in Alderfgatc-Sutct, for twenty-oue Years to Mr. Jacob Ihve, Piiuter. On Wednefday Mr. Webb was chofen by the Cocrt of Afliftants of the Haberdalhcrs Company, Mailer of the Iree Grammar School in Bunlull Row. Oa Monday Evening William David Toderhorfc. Efq; �*d his Lady, were robbed by a fiog'e Hi^hwaynun, of their W�tchc� and Money, on their Return to their Koufe at Martin, from Tooting in Surry . The Highwayman's Horde not having been broke for that Trade, would not go to the Coach Do r, on which he obliged the Servant u�at was-behind w bm.^ hia*  '.ttjb\U KING'i  AUTHORITY. ^ -*t/?nty advancing th,c Price) to laugh at the Folly of thofe tantera (who by this Artifice fcave beta induced to fell tnejrHops) and the Cren*iil�ry (Ot^fGamnnr C^paua end Brewers in Londoa, who (by tsW*�un� Artlice) forbear to boy at prefent. and will be obliged to fwbssW iheinielvta from thoitr IngroiTcrs, at fuch tte�vagaatTmcsa�*Jiey (hall think prapcr to �*. A* to the Writer'a firft AffmhM,faVaf thi ^o^i/j if Heft txtttit uihuttbq -wer* bid 0 Mr* fitting j[ St is a mansfcil Lie, it being a Truth a* well known as that there is fuch a Place as Canterbury, (hat the Quantity fait* Very much (it is generally bclicv'd at lealt one Third) ftOrt of what, thev ware laid M before pkking j and as all the reft of his Conclusion* are drawn from'this Adcrtion, they rouft fall to the Ground.    ^ A* to the Paragraph wherein ho refer* to.,the Growth of Hop* for the three tall Year*, and the prefent Year, ft is impoftible, at prefent. to afcertain the Q^uantity j but I will appeal ta> the Judgment of! every Man, who h�f any Knowtalgcjk* the 'IVade, whether he is not mhtaken in that Calculation at leaft twenty thoufand Bag* j and, if fo, his Conclttfioo. That thtre *n lut l1*mf*W men im HandnifW titan in tit Ttar 17*1, will be fo* tar horn being true, that there will be teo thoufand Bags Left: Betides^ it is well known, that tbe annual Confumption of Hops is now at leaft fifteen tboufaati Bag* tnotn than at that Time ; which i� an Article the Writer nnrairly slips over, and has not brought to his Account t and which, added to the other tea (houland, will make the Quantity in Hand, and grow ing this Year, lhort of what it w*a-in the .Year 17**, iwcniy-five thoufand Bag*. Ti.e true State of the Cafe is this f If there sire no more than forty tboubnd Bags growing* thi* Year, (and very tew allow cnem to be io many) thofe, with tho Stack its Hand, will be barely fuffiMan* fottbe Year's CoMtnamtoa)} and, ia t.'ut Cafe the Price of good Hop* ought tone tel. per Hund'gd : But if the Quantity (hould fall snort of forty J'oJj d liagi, one eighth Pait, (a> it is the Opinion of iiui.; it will) then there is Kcafou 10 expeel, that, before the  ext Crop comes m, Hops wiU be at 12I. per Hun drrd, or more. �. You will excufc the Trouble 1 have given you of thu Ioi.^ Lciicr, which may be of Ufe to you, as I know you are a large Dealer in Hopr; and it is my finccrc A^vue to you, to Uy in yoar Year's Stock a> foccdily as you can. ^ I am yours, &c At (he New Well* in Goodman's Fields, thit i-rricrt Evening, will be pcrlvrrn'd, a new Entertanmcnt, call'.f /he Ship-launching, or Harlequin turn'd f ry*r. I i.c whole to conclude with the Temple of Apollo. Singing by Mtfs Agnetta and Mil; Julctia The 2>    ^ ft        �� � m -       -   " '---------~~M el the HOLY BIBLE, from ttw CScat'naof Om JW�i�I. t� .U|�,ct CKiiw^mt.     JU>U!> cMimrnRir>a-APOSYLES, *�. WHh AnU.m tj� nWn ef jbe eentramni APOSYLCS, St. With AntvKt t� nWt .�* lb* eaatramfM q� itrttt��io�S ob tht tnott rtmaskam PiiTaers. T4 w*Mh *AiU. Not** ��p'�"u(>e e;m.utt T����, ,�Ovfyini Nkr'frsSiUtWftSS, ' a�4 rrtwc lut| l�ifun| Cootr*^ iltox, *C.  ' ,    ' rotmn Edit-oa 0/ Mr. StxhhcufTs Htitwj, vt to tytti of with a Family Bible. .       1 Starkhaiifc't H.flort, KorJ *p with a Jet of thtle nfii Pj"ntst*i Mip�, x Vol. Fol'wu   P�i� 4I. �4�. 6l. titUn^. P,�tttcc ictmV t'd eafy �ml tsiSMlat i .in Tow raits.  'Y Dna�t �*4 a Croctr, an* nuy he asUstee to all oshar Trajribtsa aad ohoofcftiiiws. . Pait 1l7 Conuuvng a Sptfiatttt of Book-K*rai�t, afkt tha. Italian Man**r, by  �o�Ut Entry nit* ib* Ut4;er t asM �4ij.tto to Trt4*Tn�n �  nook, W UktiaitJ usrfet one (cnWsl Aitklt or H  ShpjoWpns i and *i>�WIy trjota who 4c*i io a wlwit/ile Way ^ whtixm Ste�k i� toarkhea* out into PutKului, (mj ottoi whUh arc �� (o anan) Ste��nh. *X>i arcoemabla that *>� of the Stoelc ol which it eatOUU. Part TV. Cbntarn* wbit irosraUy r��� w�Mr t�i* \^mt> of^asmhsflfW AtcotcpM. With us * IXKixUxk tad rotriio Ti�S|,.anl o��uli*>>> laa^ to Mmluntt, wkot* t>.i|i��, fat th* sWA^ait suivtr* mvth �aM tottitxt'raiki Ana. (he Vt**\i ot �%t�itftai Ctuufn and  Mt*� tnt attead the tsfmafwo and ImportaiiM oil OoiJwV, nuktsfetha The Wbak tompr.i'd in a niote r*U>n ami esfy Mtoaer than any ' hi'httto extant. W'tfe) f ft loftibOiont tttfach vW4,'an4 la E lam pica  Br     THOMAS     CROSBY, SoUoy ih� AarMr, �avl �l�i> t>y        IW|fi, ,i th* L^k lcin�.CI*f� Ctctaaj St. Mtjnu, CtiMteh  U iJ f�y�v. in hf*|'* Rui.-ixn^t; jlhooiafvn. �t tlM Gol4*n UaaUp Ut4*&c-9;mt 1 aed M. Ski*ft j, umitt tha Pius* of the Ro|*l *vatiM�lt�_ T ngs    _. _ - .  .   � fja�"v" tlfme, brptembcr ay, S749. //B Priaiifa/ 0�*.i>  mJ O wm$ji*Uri / hit Mytjh*f- Ktxt \lcnrh, at In- v'C/siA t't ^tciittt^, tivy �.,/// it r,-tJfy tv ri.vf tvitb/ii' Pnfjm at  furmt tbt Publktt hUvLit */ thit Qtj, th*i ti�� j4tt. L  Mjrht di/lindly mmJftpttrattl), txitb .til tit Si*fJ, StM, mJ\Affmr-ttmuttttt tbtrtwMa btlvfgin^ (tiltitif an �*u l�i tit Gtj'i lumdijl for tit ftrm if PU-cnty tm t'ttui. , ^ A�4^* (It famt limt wiM rttrrvt Prtf^foli f%r tbt \-*d Piter �f GreumJ ftfi' J.taJtiJb.df, ufctlt tsun iniexJ.J fir m Grtttt Alorit/, /*> l\ itret */>U/Vy-tf�f fr fixtj-trntYtort. P.   SHAMAN.   rUmftnOr T Kail India 11 oufe, Auuurt iS. 1749 HE   durl   tf    DirrtitTt   j/* VtlttJ Clnfa-y */ jL Mt rib mil 1 of Eng4t:*J t'uJiHg to flit knltlnjjii, rtr.li givt S*l$ *ni i '. r� th* ji// Dity of Murik, 17$". ftii tt'ki Jtjilfrp oii V> :mJfjil Mo-i^yt, uitd Inhrrjt tktzt jkati it tttn aimi ait tht fmt t~j.w/W*>~r Ittttdi. AnA tiny ,/v JmrtLrti gi\.r S^li.t, th.it tit CtMftiKfl i rtttfurtr I. i.'i r,ir,-if Jiadin fr h*i-i� ll't ( j>i�^.iv, /a.-* Situ$ of Monty kfat  ti-rit   H.ndi, til list   I'.tit  9/ iV�*.a  p r C�r;�j�j frr Ainu", ai tl<*y fall 1 'Ai��/�.* /�� , ^n.///'../ in kukjiIJ l�tb I  # v it iu ti. ft. t.*l lit   �' lij.'tf,ri; tt.liitJ   tilt ojfftt   1,   >''"�' �'. �'/....../ ,>Ji (4 Ujf'lttl, �i*J it:.t rt,i (.41*;   i;   /.*/.-.;/ ./   /./#/,�  iLt U"li�> t i- l.       .ut.t > <*'. /�'.)�, 3/ 'Jhrm fj^lj)  f: '  ( .Hi 4 III ft       !n*^   . ,*J(..udlt .  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